The following information was provided by hospitals and law enforcement agencies. The Shelbyville News cannot vouch for its completeness or accuracy.


Car accident, 1:38 p.m., State Road 9. A General Motors Savanna Van, driven by Jeffrey B. Burton, of Shelbyville, and a Chevrolet Classic, owned by Ann M. Williams, of Shelbyville, were in an accident. Burton told Shelbyville police he was backing up his truck when he collided with the Chevrolet, which was parked and unoccupied. He said he did not see it.

Hit and run, 4:32 p.m., 1500 block of Oak Park Dr. A Chrysler, owned by Katherine S. Stafford, of St. Paul, was struck while parked. Stafford told Shelbyville police the car was parked and did not see the damage until the morning. There was a dent to the rear driver’s side door with white paint transfer.

Car accident, 5:19 p.m., 900 block of Hale Road. A Dodge Durango, driven by Bethany A. Marell, of Shelbyville, and a Ford Freestyle, owned by Shelby K. Bowers, of Shelbyville, were in an accident. Marell told Shelbyville police she was backing out of her driveway when she accidentally backed into the Ford, which was parked and unoccupied.

Car accident, 8:11 p.m., W. Taylor St. A Chevrolet Malibu, driven by Ashley J. Peters, of Shelbyville, and a pedal cyclist were in an accident. Peters told Shelbyville police that the 7-year old child came out of an alley when she collided. She said she did not see him until it was too late.

The child was taken to the hospital for an injured wrist and road rash on his knees.

Car accident, 9:52 p.m., John St. A Jeep Renegade, driven by Jason A. McIver, of Shelbyville, and an 18-year old pedal cyclist, were in an accident. McIver told Shelbyville police that he was getting ready to turn right onto North Harrison Street when he looked both ways after stopping. He said he did not see anyone and began to enter traffic.

He said he heard a boom, stopped the car, got out and found a female on the ground with a bicycle under the Jeep. He helped her find her glasses while another vehicle yelled at him, according to the accident report.

The cyclist, Shannon N. Collins, of Shelbyville, told police when they first arrived at the scene that she believed the Jeep collided on purpose because she was certain that McIver saw her. She was taken to the hospital, where she said the Jeep was stopped at the intersection.

She said she was in the middle of the car when the Jeep went into the intersection. She thought the collision was on purpose because of how hard she was hit, according to the report.


Leaving the scene of a property damage accident, 7:17 p.m., Ash Lane. A Ford Explorer, owned by Brandon J. Byrer, of Shelbyville, was involved in a hit and run accident. Byrer told Shelbyville police that a vehicle, which he said was a Dodge minivan, passed him and collided with the sideview mirror.


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